Brian S. Cho

British Columbia – West Vancouver

Chiropractor

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Last known address: #803-100 Park Royal S.
Last known city: West Vancouver, BC, V7T 1A2

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Alexandra

I'm not sure where Brian Cho got his chiropractic training from, but it's pretty certain it wasn't the Canadian Chiropractic College, and because of that there seems absolutely no way to warn people or even make a complaint, apart from these online reviews. And I do feel you should be warned. I have used chiropractic as my go-to health solution for decades, and never in my life has any chiropractor subjected me to such violent 'adjustments'. I am 71 years old with advanced osteoporosis, so any chiropractic adjustment carries risks, but Brian Cho seemed not to take that fact in when I emphasised it to him. He ripped my leg down so violently that my knee exploded with a terrifying noise, and it hurt like devil. He also was very aggressive with the little popper they call the Chiropractic Adjustment Tool, banging my neck over and over, so that my neck muscles went into spasm. That is also very dangerous for anyone with osteoporosis. In spite of all this, he actually urged me as I left his office to leave an online review. Could he possibly have imagined it would be positive? After I left his office I nearly fell down the stairs at the Skytrain, my knee just collapsing with the pain. Although generally I am not subject to headaches, I've had a congestion headache ever since. The treatment was three weeks ago, and I have not been able to work out, do yoga, or walk my usual distances. Even swimming causes pain problems in my knee, which constantly clicks when it bends. I've gone from 5- 6 hours of exercise a week to zero. When I went back to Cho and tried to complain he was first evasive, then angry and blaming. He told me he didn't believe I felt any pain when my knee snapped, and referred to my condition more than once as 'osteopenia'. It was hard to guess whether he really didn't know the difference (can anyone in the health field be that ignorant?), or he just wanted to disbelieve the diagnosis. I have tried to settle this with him. I asked him to refund what I paid him and to pay for remedial treatments with another chiropractor, but he is now incommunicado; he does not respond to any messages. Meanwhile I wait to see what the long term effect will be and wonder if I will have to go for x-rays and MRI and all that to find out what damage has been done.

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